The Craftsman-style property sits just three blocks from the Pasadena Playhouse District, and one mile from Old Town Pasadena, allowing tenants convenient access to some of the more vibrant shopping and dining areas in the city. Current rents sit far below the market rates in the area, allowing a new investor the potential to capitalize on the approximately 76% rent upside. Originally constructed in 1905, the building features many of the character accents often associated with iconic Pasadena Craftsman-style properties, including decorative windows, a covered front porch, overhanging eaves, exposed beams, fireplaces, and a pitched roof. There is ample parking, including individual garages, and the building is not on the seismic retrofit list (Buyer to verify). Tenants are within easy walking distance of the Metro Gold Line, with the Lake Avenue station just one block away. The Hat, known for its "World Famous Pastrami" sandwiches, is just three parcels east of the building.